Airbnb Review: Bangkok, Thailand

10:30 PM Jess Lauchengco 0 Comments



As soon as we realized that we had nothing to do in Seam Reap, Cambodia for the next few days of our vacation, we immediately researched how to go to Bangkok from where we are. Border Crossing from Seam Reap, Cambodia to Bangkok, Thailand was not really part of the original plan but it was really a good experience for us.

We were just newly engaged then, we were still high from the moment. Thanks to the instant booking apartments option of airbnb we found a home even just a few hours away from arriving. Our walk to the apartment from the train station was around 1KM (a little exercise), but I was too happy to find green mango vendors on the side.


How did we find our key?

We were given an instruction to find a certain red chair. Underneath the chair are envelopes with names. I got the envelope with my name on it and got our key inside. (cool noh?)



If you wanna try out Airbnb, You can use my link here: https://www.airbnb.com/c/jlauchengco to get a $20 credit upon registration, 20$ is a quarter discount of what you have to pay for a 3D/2N Stay!:)



What I loved about are temporary home

It was really spacious, we had room for our bags, clothes and even another mattress can fit
The room was really cold. Aside from the A/C, we also had a fan inside



We had instant pets, 3 Huskies who kissed me during our stay
Not just huskies, there was also a  curious monkey outside

We even had a vault inside our room
Location of our temporary home was near thai restos where we got to sample authentic thai dishes (we didn't even understand the name :p) But though it was near restos, the neighborhood was quiet



If you wanna try out Airbnb, You can use my link here: https://www.airbnb.com/c/jlauchengco to get a $20 credit upon registration, 20$ is a quarter discount of what you have to pay for a 3D/2N Stay!:)

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